Project Description

Melibe colemani, named after its discoverer Neville Coleman, is arguably the most coveted nudibranch among underwater photography enthusiasts. This wonder of nature may look like a pile of white strings, but it is actually a network of digestive gland tubules that cover its transparent body and cerata. When it is hanging around its host, they seem invisible to untrained eyes. The Three P Romblon found its first Melibe colemani back in May 2014.